Safety is one of the most important parts of our business. Whether on a jobsite or in an office, we take safety very seriously and we will accept nothing less than Zero Harm: this means zero injuries to the public and to our field teams, subcontractors and partners. Our safety program ensures that we exceed standard OSHA requirements.
Zero harm requires proper planning
Our team members practice four pillars of safety to ensure every job site is safe for all parties involved.
Ground level safety protocols
We use clear directional signage to make the public aware of their surroundings and keep them out of potentially dangerous areas.
Personal Safety Training
We require every employee who steps foot on the jobsite to participate in safety orientation training.
Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
We require hard hats and safety vests at our jobsites and conduct mandatory weekly safety meetings to ensure that our jobs are clean and safe for all employees, subcontractors, and partners.
Customized Safety Protocols
Our team will develop a safety program that is specific to each jobsite to address the safety of visitors, workers, and nearby residents.
CORNERSTONE COMMITS TO THE HIGHEST HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR EMPLOYEES, CUSTOMERS, AND CONTRACTORS, AS WELL AS THE COMMUNITIES IN WHICH WE LIVE AND WORK.
The Cornerstone Zero Harm policy defines the principles by which we conduct our operations with regard to health, safety, and the environment. Cornerstone requires the active commitment to and accountability from all employees and contractors. Our leadership team guides the communication and implementation of this policy, which commits every team member to:
Protect and strive to improve the health, safety, and security of our people at all times
Eliminate health, safety, and environmental accidents
Meet customer requirements and ensure continuous customer satisfaction
Plan for, respond appropriately to, and recover quickly from any crisis situation or and business disruption
Communicate openly with stakeholders and ensure an understanding of our Zero Harm